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A green day in Copley Square

Keytar Bear on St. Patrick's Day in Copley Square in the Back Bay

MBCrowley gives us a little St. Patrick's Day/Keytar Bear selfie in Copley Square.

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Unfortunately, the musician is not playing hence also the mask. I saw elderly lady turn off the connector between the speaker and his keyboard without him noticing on purpose and music continued playing and him pretending.

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It doesn't really matter. The spidermen in Times Square aren't really Peter Parker either. Plus, I have seen the real musician play before and he's talented. Keytar Bear brings happiness so let him shine.

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Yes it does. Street musicians are supposed to be musicians, not tape decks.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvTNyKIGXiI

I hope he brings his talents to Broadway Village on Sunday for the parade!

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You mean to tell me that the MASK isn't playing music either?

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I have seen Keytar Bear perform literally hundreds of times and he has pre-recorded background music that he plays with. I can assure you he can play and play well with a mask and costume on.

you moron.

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I was posting IN DEFENSE OF KEYTAR BEAR , poking fun at the other poster.

looks like you're the moron, Captain Crappy.

I know Keytar Bear can play. I've seen him do it (albeit not hundreds of times).

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And why does he have to be so friggin loud? It's a problem whenever he sets up within a 3-block radius of my office. It doesn't help other street musicians either.

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Looking good, Keytar Bear!

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